2021

Coping With Illnesses Caused By A Toxic Workplace

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When you are harmed by toxic substances at your workplace, you should know that you have rights. Those include the right to medical coverage, partial wages, and even a lump sum settlement if a suitable alternate job cannot be found for you. To find out more, read on and be paid for the ill effects of toxic substances. What Is a Toxic Workplace? Even if you are in the business of selling, storing, or dealing with toxic substances, you have a right to be protected from exposure.

26 April 2021

Just Doing Your Job: Accidents, Injuries, And Homemaking Duties

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When a careless driver leaves you hurt and unable to work, you may be eligible for several forms of damage related to a job. If your work consists of keeping house, cooking, caring for children, and more, you may be entitled to benefits. Read on and learn more about being compensated for your homemaking losses. A Loss of Services When one party in a relationship is the primary caregiver of minor-aged children, losing that service can create a chaotic situation.

28 March 2021

Facing Foreclosure? 4 Tips To Avoid Foreclosure

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If you have noticed that the foreclosure process is coming for your home, you will want to hire a foreclosure defense attorney to protect your home. When it comes to facing a foreclosure notice and fighting against it, there are some things you can do alongside your attorney. #1: Get All Your Documents Together To fight against your foreclosure, you will need to get all your documents ready so that you can build your defense.

26 February 2021

Don't Let Social Media Impact Your Divorce

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Oftentimes, lawyers recommend that their divorcing clients avoid dating websites until their divorce is over. You will not want to introduce additional conflict into your life when tensions are already riding high. However, you may want to even avoid social media and other forms of online communication in general until your divorce is over. The Problem with Social Media An overwhelming majority of divorce cases involve posts made on social media.

26 January 2021